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Saturday, December 15, 2012

Sunday NFL Cash-IN: Week 15


Ah, the weekend is finally here. After a long week at work it is time to make a little money the fun way. Here is a look at the games that we like for week 15. Good luck everyone!

Last week: 3-1
This week: 3-2

Cincinnati (-4) at Philadelphia   Pick: Cincinnati   WIN  

Green Bay (-2.5) at Chicago   WIN

The last time these two teams played Jake Cutler and Brandon Marshall called out the Packers secondary saying they were looking forward to the easy match-up. Big mistake. Charles Woodson & CO. took the bulliten board material and shoved it back in Cutler's face to the tune of 4 INT's and a 23-10 victory.  You would think the Bears had learned, right? Clearly not, as the two took to the media early in the week once again, Marshall going so far as to say that he "hates the Packers." What to expect? Well, it looks like there will be no Woodson this week but with Clay Matthews making his return from injury and Aaron Rodgers as motivated as ever expect much of the same.  Interesting statistic: the Packers are 9-1 ATS vs. division opponents over the past two seasons.

Denver (-2.5) at Baltimore  WIN

The Broncos are winners of 8 in a row and heading to Baltimore with home-field implications on the line.  Over those eight games the Broncos are 6-1-1 ATS. The Ravens are coming off back to back losses to Pittsburgh (without Ben Roethlisberger) and last week to Washington with Kirk Cousins leading the comeback charge late.  Two teams headed in opposite directions. We expect that trend to continue this week.
Pick:  DENVER 

Indianapolis (+10) at HoustoLOSS

Houston is coming off one of the most embarrassing losses in franchise history; a 42-14 stinker in what Andre Johnson called "the biggest game in franchise history" at New England. One school of thought would  say they come back motivated against another potential playoff opponent and make a statement. Nice thought, but not so fast. The Texans have shown their vulnerabilities on pass defense, particularly in the secondary. Andrew Luck has weapons everywhere on the outside to take advantage of those flaws. The Texans may win the game outright but ten points is a huge number against a 9-4 division opponent.

Detroit (-6.5) at ArizonLOSS 
Anyone see what Seattle did to Arizona last week? Yup, thought so. The Cardinals are a bad football team. Ryan Lindley is not an NFL quarterback, John Skelton barely qualifies as a back-up. The Lions are going to score points, the Cardinals will not. Maybe not the 50+ that Seattle put up last week but anything short of a double digit victory would be a shocker.


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